Managing the life cycle for your data is critical. In this video Sharon provides an overview of retention policies and demonstrates who can create policies and apply those policies to users using PowerShell.
- [Instructor] In the last movie,…we saw how to create retention policies…and apply those policies to our users via the portal.…Now let's do the same thing using PowerShell.…I'm going to access PowerShell by clicking on the Windows key.…I'm going to start typing PowerShell, and I'm going to use…the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment…and I'm going to run as administrator.…To do so, right click, click Run as administrator.…I already have a script prepared for this.…I'm going to go ahead and open that.…Now, as always, I'm going to go ahead…and authenticate to Office 365,…using the Get-Credential command,…and saving the results in the $UserCredential variable.…
Next I'm going to connect to the Microsoft Online Service,…passing my $UserCredential variable.…I'm now going to connect to the Exchange Online Environment.…To do so, I'm going to use the command New-PSSession.…I've included our ConnectionUri.…Again our credential variable,…our authentication is Basic,…and we're allowing for Redirection.…Next, I'm going to go ahead and import the PSSession.…
- Changing the default and reply-to email addresses
- Managing SIP addresses
- Creating resource mailboxes
- Creating external contacts
- Creating distribution lists
- Creating and applying retention policies for Exchange mailboxes
- Configuring Skype for Business Online communication settings
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 08/13/2018. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover creating Office 365 groups, delegating permissions using the Office 365 portal and Windows PowerShell, and migrating public folders.